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Mueller to testify before congressional panelsSpecial counsel Robert Mueller has agreed to testify by issue of a subpoena before both the House Judiciary Committee and House Intelligence Committee in an open session on July 17, 2019. Tanya Rivero reports.
House passes $4.5 billion border funding billIt will now go before the Republican-controlled Senate
Mueller to testify in public before House committeesU.S. Rep. Jerry Nadler said special counsel Robert Mueller will appear in an open session July 17, in response to subpoenas by the House Intelligence and Judiciary committees
Sen. Mike Braun says "the border is being gamed"One hundred migrant children were transported back to a controversial facility Tuesday, one day after they left. Republican Sen. Mike Braun of Indiana joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss what he believes are the best next steps to address immigration.
Trump says sexual assault accuser is not his "type"President Trump is lashing out at the latest woman to accuse him of unwanted sexual behavior. Columnist E. Jean Carroll said Mr. Trump assaulted her in the mid-1990s. Nancy Cordes reports.
Oregon Republicans go into hiding over climate bill voteRepublican state senators in Oregon haven't shown up for work in days. They've gone into hiding, some out of state, to block Democrats from voting on a climate bill. Carter Evans reports.
6/25/19: Red and BlueTrump: U.S. ready for 'whatever' Iran does next; Sep. 11th First Responders meet with McConnell
2020 Daily Trail Markers: How Democrats are prepping for their first debateIt's the eve of the first night of the first 2020 Democratic presidential primary debate. Here's how the candidates are getting ready
TSA chief says hundreds of workers have been deployed to borderTSA Administrator David Pekoske said between 350 to 400 agents have been sent to the border
More than 15,000 asylum seekers returned to Mexico under Trump policyThe Trump administration has vowed to go "full-throttle" and expand the policy along the entire U.S.-Mexico border